Go to source cells

Bri

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Do you know how to adjust the settings such that when you double click on a cell in excel which is sourced from another cell you are automatically taken to the source cell?????
 

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ken2step

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Click on the cell with the formula in it then hit the F2 and all cells related to the formula will be highlighted for you. Is that what you are looking for?
 

Bri

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Thanks Ivan - that's it!

Ignore the other message I've posted today on this as I hadn't see your reply at the time.
 

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